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The bare adobe walls of the original hacienda add warmth and charm to crisp linens and fine crystal. The rustic ambiance is artfully blended with style and sophistication befitting the Chef Divina's inspired creations.
The adobe hearth glows with the radiance of LON's colorful history. Accents of wrought iron and rustic woods whisper charming tales of an untamed era while diners savor the spirit, creativity and warmth of the Chef's Artful American cuisine.
The Spanish Colonial style of the Inn and the colors of the surrounding desert are superbly blended in the largest of Hermosa's meeting facilities, The Stetson Room, which seats up to 70. A warm fireplace, out door patio, unusual ceiling ornamentation and multiple original Lon Megargee paintings combine to make it a memorable and welcoming venue.
The setting of luxurious, casual comfort in a classic southwest style, which The Hermosa Inn is famous for. The Boardroom is beautifully appointed and created for the discriminating group of up to 20. It is embraced by a charming patio with a softly running fountain and lush plantings that turn a "private room" into a delightful setting with an unforgettable ambiance.
A truly classic setting in every sense of the word, the Library offers unparalleled comfort for up to 40 guests with the delightful fantasy of a "hidden" door in the bookcases that open to the elegant Boardroom. The Library is embraced by an outdoor patio, fireplace and lush desert landscape.
Beneath the Hacienda is one of Arizona's most intriguing secrets, and the most intimate of LON's venues, a strikingly beautiful wine cellar with an award-winning collection. Using reclaimed beams and trusses, reminiscent of a traditional Spanish hacienda, it seats up to 12, at a rustic trestle table. It is a perfectly recreated setting of an old country underground wine cellar. The Wine Cellar houses nearly 1,000 rare, often difficult to locate wines within its stone and masonry walls and is a dramatic stage for LON's culinary art.